Women and Love Throughout the Ages

11/06/2023 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger The French dictionary is an imposing tome, a great philosophical treatise. We can meditate on the given definition of a word and use it, with confidence, in a coherent context. By knowing a precise definition, we can make a word vibrate with […] See more

Frauds and Scams on Dating Sites

05/12/2023 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor When we’re blinded by love all sorts of bad things can happen. Isabelle Rivest, founder of the dating site Effet Tandem, tells us that dating site scams cost Canadians a bundle.  According to the RCMP, such sites saw $64.7 million worth of […] See more

Confessions of a Normal Woman

01/27/2023 The Social Eyes 0

By Lewis Gagnon Éloïse Marseille, 26, has no filter as she shares her sexual education in her first comic strip book, Confessions d’une femme normale (Confessions of a Normal Woman). If you’re looking for a story full of humor, lessons and self-reflection, I urge you […] See more

The Colorful Pages of Quebec Diversity

08/09/2022 The Social Eyes 0

By Lewis Gagnon For the past few years, interest in LGBTQ+ literature has grown world-wide. This has also been true in Quebec. From American contemporary fiction writers like Adam Silvera to Quebec authors like Samuel Champagne, LGBTQ+ literature has carved out a niche for itself, […] See more